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India is Reviewing Anti-dumping Duty on Nylon Tire Cord

According to the Yarns and Fibers Exchange, India has initiated a sunset review of the anti-dumping duty on nylon tire cord fabric imported from China. India’s domestic tire cord industry has requested the review and seeks to have the current anti-dumping duty both continued and enhanced. Notification of the review, released by India’s Department of Commerce on September 16, states that “dumping has continued in spite of imposition of anti-dumping duty on import of the subject goods from China PR and the domestic industry continues to suffer injury on account of dumping from the subject country.” The imposition of anti-dumping duty on nylon tire cord fabric imports originating or exported from China was recommended in March 2005, following which the Department of Revenues imposed a provisional duty and definitive anti-dumping duty.

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